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internal attacks from sys admins

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#1 dinistic


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Posted 17 October 2017 - 04:32 AM

Hello there.

in my company there's a few network administrators who are also system administrators.

I think one of them are changing important files, or stealing other files.

There's any simple way, for me, as administrator to seek some log files about that malicious activity?

Can I do it without their knowledge so we can got the thief/malicious actor?

Thank you

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